Cristiano Ronaldo opens up chance of sensational transfer to link up with Messi at PSG and says ‘everything is possible’

DREAM TEAM CRISTANO RONALDO has admitted he could line up next to Lionel Messi in a Paris Saint-Germain shirt in January.

The 37-year-old icon has more or less severed ties with “disrespectful” Manchester United.

Ronaldo told Piers Morgan it was ‘possible’ for him and Messi to team up at PSG.

The Portugal striker described the PSG forward as ‘magic’.
In a bombshell interview with SunSport columnist Piers Morgan on TalkTV, Ronaldo revealed he feels betrayed by the Red Devils.

And the Portugal legend has now revealed that PSG could be the next destination in his glittering career.

Morgan asked if there was a world where Kylian Mbappe leaves the club for Real Madrid and it leaves a space for him up front at the French champions.

CR7 said: “It’s… everything is possible in football.

“Why not? For sure. They will sell a lot of shirts.”

It is a dream partnership. The pair have won the Ballon d’Or TWELVE times between them.

And Ronaldo showered Messi with compliments in his interview.

He added: “Amazing. Player is magic – top.

“As a person, we share the stage 16 years, imagine, 16 years. We share.

“I have great relationship with him. I’m not friend of him in terms of what I mean friend is, the guy who was with you in your house. Speaking of phone. No, but he’s like a team-mate.

“It’s a guy that I really respect, the way he always speaks about me.

“Even his wife or my wife, my girlfriend, they always respect and they’re from Argentina. My girlfriend is from Argentina.

“So good. What I am going to say about Messi? Great things. He’s a great guy who does everything for football.”

Ronaldo has caused shockwaves throughout football after dropping a number of bombshells during his interview with Piers.

He hit out at United for “betraying” him and making him feel like a “black sheep” as well as blaming him for everything going wrong at the club.

The striker revealed he does not respect manager Erik ten Hag and blasted the club’s lack of progress since Sir Alex Ferguson left in 2013 – the last time they won the title.

And he also claimed that the club “doubted” him after he informed them that the reason he arrived late of pre-season was because his baby daughter was in hospital through illness.

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